Dottie Marshall Englis
BA, Tufts University, 1974; MFA, Carnegie-Mellon University, 1977. At Webster since 1979.
Dorothy Marshall Englis, costume and scenic designer, is chair of the Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University, where she is also a full professor. Dottie is a member of United Scenic Artists and has been associated with The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis since 1979.
She has designed over 30 shows for The Rep including Taming of the Shrew, Death of a Salesman, The Three Musketeers, The Life of Galileo, The Sisters Rosensweig, Born Yesterday, Dancing at Lughnasa, Death and the Maiden, Young Rube, Six Degrees of Separation, The 1940's Radio Hour, Candide and Saint Joan. In addition, she has designed scenery and costumes for many of The Rep's Imaginary Theatre Company touring productions. She has designed costumes for Illinois Shakespeare Festival productions of A Midsummer Night's Dream, Othello, The Merchant of Venice and Henry VIII, as well as for Evita, Sweeney Todd, and Guys and Dolls at PCPA Theatrefest in California. Dottie has also designed My Fair Lady, Meet Me in St. Louis, The Music Man, High Society, She Loves Me, Carousel, Camelot and Man of La Mancha for Stages St. Louis.